NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo urges caution, says coronavirus not 'upstate or downstate' issue

ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling on New Yorkers to remain vigilant as coronavirus infections increase across the state, saying the deadly respiratory disease is not an “upstate or downstate issue.”New York’s growing number of microclusters are currently seeing 4.9% of COVID-19 tests come back positive while the overall state number hovered around 2.8% on Monday as cases continue to rise across the country.Hospitalizations for the virus are approaching 2,000 in New York for the first time since early June with 1,968 people currently admitted and 391 being treated in ICU, according to…

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